Airports in Gabon, List of Gabon Airports By City

All the Major Airports in Gabon are given below. To find more information about any of these airports click on the airport name. Our database have 42 Airports in Gabon. Gabon IATA Airport Codes and ICAO Codes are listed bellow.

Airport City, Country IATA airport code ICAO airport code
Akieni Airport Akieni, Gabon AKE FOGA
Alowe Airport Alowe, Gabon AWE -
Biawonque Airport Biawonque, Gabon BAW -
Bitam Airport Bitam, Gabon BMM FOOB
Bongo Airport Bongo, Gabon BGP -
Booue Airport Booue, Gabon BGB FOGB
Fougamou Airport Fougamou, Gabon FOU FOGF
Franceville/Mvengue Airport Franceville, Gabon MVB FOON
Gamba Airport Gamba, Gabon GAX -
Iguela Airport Iguela, Gabon IGE -
Kongoboumba Airport Kongoboumba, Gabon GKO -
Koulamoutou Airport Koulamoutou, Gabon KOU -
Lambarene Airport Lambarene, Gabon LBQ FOGR
Lastourville Airport Lastourville, Gabon LTL FOOR
Leconi Airport Leconi, Gabon LEO -
Libreville Airport Libreville, Gabon LBV FOOL
Makokou Airport Makokou, Gabon MKU FOOK
Mandji Airport Mandji, Gabon KMD -
Manega Airport Manega, Gabon MGO -
Mayoumba Airport Mayoumba, Gabon MYB FOOY
Mbigou Airport Mbigou, Gabon MBC FOGG
Medouneu Airport Medouneu, Gabon MDV -
Mekambo Airport Mekambo, Gabon MKB FOOE
Mevang Airport Mevang, Gabon MVG -
Miele Mimbale Airport Miele Mimbale, Gabon GIM -
Minvoul Airport Minvoul, Gabon MVX FOGV
Mitzic Airport Mitzic, Gabon MZC FOOM
Moabi Airport Moabi, Gabon MGX FOGI
Moanda Airport Moanda, Gabon MFF FOOD
Mouila Airport Mouila, Gabon MJL FOGM
Ndende Airport Ndende, Gabon KDN FOGE
Ndjole Airport Ndjole, Gabon KDJ FOGJ
Nkan Airport Nkan, Gabon NKA -
Okondja Airport Okondja, Gabon OKN FOGQ
Omboue Airport Omboue, Gabon OMB FOOH
Ouanga Airport Ouanga, Gabon OUU -
Owendo Airport Owendo, Gabon OWE -
Oyem Airport Oyem, Gabon OYE FOGO
Port Gentil Airport Port Gentil, Gabon POG FOOG
Sette Cama Airport Sette Cama, Gabon ZKM FOOS
Tchibanga Airport Tchibanga, Gabon TCH FOOT
Wagny Airport Wagny, Gabon WGY -

The IATA airport code consists of three letters and is defined by IATA (International Air Transport Association).
The ICAO airport code consists of four letters and is defined by ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization).